From upitup.com: Drone had already produced an album for Upitup but our nice little website was undergoing heavy refurbishment at that time and unfortunately all the plans for his Upfree were lost inside Monty's apartment. Luckily, I must say. Drone took the chance to even top his previous work and come up with a sparkling hi-def audio adventure you can even clean your dishes with. Like a magician, Drone cuts up his lovely assistant Tracky B in his intro, before massaging your... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/DRONE/Hifi_Power_Break_Pop/
La marche des grands barbares blancs "Je suis l'empire a la fin de la decadence Qui regarde passer les grands barbares blancs, En composant des acrostiches indolents D'un style d'or ou la langueur du soleil danse". (Verlaine) format : OGG duree : 11'12 poids : 14,8 Mo Texte et voix : Maurice Lemaitre, 1958 ( http://www.ubu.com/sound/lemaitre.html ) More music from drOne : http://drone-zone.org/download.html Topic: drum'n'bass experimental industrial electro maurice lemaitre
Swamp Magnetics is the product of a single improvisation session on Electric Guitar with an EBow and some effects hardware. The resulting sound was further subjected to digital processing to make it sing, drone and rumble. Drone Wallah is a recording project of C.P. McDill, primarily for his drone ambient works. He is also the artist behind Saluki Regicide, Djinnestan, Akashic Crow's Nest, Tree Helicopter and several others. Nearly all of his work has been released on netlabels and is free to... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, drone, longform, soundscape, dark ambient, experimental, organic
ENG: …I am descending the stairs and they lead me underground into the very heart of silence. A silence impossible to find now, however, surrounded as I am by the noise brought by man who travels, immersed among thousands of stares looking for the minute yet to come, figures merging together almost by instinct jumping on an underground train that will before long take even me to a destination not yet known. The emptiness between the two rails makes just enough room for the breaking sound of...
The author, Piotr Metelski, was inspired by the surroundings' noise, the sounds coming from the nature and industry. His music can be characterized as a deep and dark one.The listener can find elements of wild animals' sounds and forest giving noise as well. Apart from the electronic instruments that everyone can find out, typical classic ones can be heard too. This album is published by Ekleipsi: a netlabel for obscure music. WWW.EKLEIPSI.COM Topics: drone, ambient, classical, experimental